Hours after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joyously welcomed their new son, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an appearance Monday at a more somber event in London, at which the former actress is now being slammed for her look.
The 19-year-old victor of the BBC Young Musician 2016 award is among artists and choral groups who will perform at the wedding in Windsor Castle on May 19.
"We know there's another wedding on the horizon for Ms. Markle but just seeing her here in all of her bridal resplendence is a fairytale come true", said the network United States of America, which airs the series, on its website.
The couple will exchange their wedding vows in front of 600 family, friends and colleagues at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir, a gospel group based in southeast England, will be among those performing.
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The only mar on the day for City was that their fans invaded the pitch at the end in celebration, with a flare being let off. Asked about the potential for disciplinary action, he said: "No problem". "Football is an emotional game".
"Today, as we mark a century since they gave their lives, let us resolve to continue to fulfil their trust, so that every passing year will only add to the measure of their honour". Prior to the coveted invite, Kanneh-Mason became the first black person to win the BBC Young Musician Of The Year Award in 2016.
Mr Kanneh-Mason revealed Meghan called him personally to ask him to perform on the big day.
Meanwhile, the Orchestra - which is conducted by Christopher Warren-Green - will perform with Welsh soprano Elin Manahan Thomas and trumpeter David Blackadder.
Harry was joined by fiancee Meghan Markle for the early-morning event at the New Zealand war memorial where thousands had gathered to pay their respects.
On Tuesday, Meghan and Harry announced the performers who will be on hand for their ceremony at St George's chapel. He said he "bowled over" when he got the call and said yes immediately.